KI’s Iconic Chairs Selected to Add Colour to Primary School

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KI’s iconic Postura+ chairs have been selected for the recently renovated cafeteria at Sint-Martinus Primary School, located in Zomergem, Belgium. With a student population of approximately 300 pupils, the school’s cafeteria is often used as a multipurpose space for large events. Normally, it is divided into two zones (one zone for 3-6-year-olds, the other for 7-12-year-olds), requiring two size provisions of seating and tables.

Postura+ chairs were specified in a combination of size 4 (Lime Zest and Parrot Green), and size 6 (Lime Zest, Sun Yellow, Tangerine Fizz and Aqua Blue). The chairs can be quickly and easily stacked and stored away when not required. The tables were adapted to provide two heights with extending feet, allowing them to be extruded and used at a standard height for community events.

Upon completing the renovation project in September 2019, Ruben De Schepper, Project Manager at TBI Projects notes:

“The choice of the Postura+ chair was easily made by our client with its wide choice of colours, nice design and value for money. The chair colours add an ‘eyecatching’ element that brightens up the room.”

Chris Beck, Sales Manager, KI Europe comments:

“Postura+ chairs have set the benchmark for schools in the UK and around the world for over 20 years, offering excellent ergonomics for students of all ages. Durable and comfortable, their vibrant colours and versatility can really help create flexible, fun and engaging spaces like the Sint-Martinus cafeteria.”

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Jess is a Marketing & Event professional who joined the BCFA as a Marketing Executive in 2019. Working closely with designers and BCFA members, Jess has published an array of content for the Commercial sector.
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